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2012 Women's Protest against the reactivation of Oi reactor, Japan(28 images)

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The Occupy Tokyo anti-nuclear protest outside the METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) buildings in Tokyo was invigorated on Friday June 29th as the many of the women who originally started the protest returned to campaign against Prime Minister Noda's plans to reactivate Japan's nuclear generation power-station in Oi, Fukui Prefecture. Japan's nuclear generation capabilities have...
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  • Women from Hyogo dressed in black yukata to mourn deaths from nuclear contamination protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Kiyoko Yamamoto from Hyogo holds  a glove saying anger in the Women's  Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Michiko Oki, an anti-nuclear activist at the Women Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • A women from Hyogo dressed in black yukata to mourn deaths from nuclear contamination protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito (second from left) organiser of the Fukushima Mother's protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • A man in a wheelchair and women protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • messages of support for the Women's Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito (left) organiser of the Fukushima Mother's protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Women Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito at the Women`s Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito (second from left) organiser of the Fukushima Mother's protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Yuko Yatabe one of the organizers of the Anti nuclear protest by women outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Selling anti nuclear badges at the Women's Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito at the Women`s Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Ruiko Muto from Fukushima speaking at the Women's Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Women Protesters speak at the protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito from Fukushima speaking at the Women's Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Sachiko Saito from Fukushima speaking at the Women's Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Women Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Junko Saima and anti nuclear activist from Shikoku marching at the Women's  Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • An anti nuclear activist marching at the Women's  Protest outside METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • An anti nuclear activist speaking in the Member's Office Building of the House of Councillors in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • An anti nuclear activist speaking Member's Office Building of the House of Councillors in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • An anti nuclear activist speaking in the Member's Office Building of the House of Councillors in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012. About 400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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  • Women Protesters listen as anti-nuclear activists and female lawmakers and speak in the  Member's Office Building of the House of Councillors in Tokyo, Japan. Friday June 29th 2012.  400 protesters campaigned the restarting of the Oi nuclear power-station and the policy of Prime-Minister Noda to restart Japan's nuclear power generation programme which has been stalled since the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th 2011 caused meltdown and radiation leaks at the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear power-plant.
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